Need for Speed Underground 2 tries to inject a story into your career mode using static-image cutscenes that pop up before some races.
The effect is similar to what the Max Payne series does with its noninteractive sequences, though that game pulls it off much
better than Need for Speed Underground 2 does.
Dopey story short, you're sent off to a new town after getting ambushed by a rival racing crew, and you'll have to start from
scratch with one car and a handful of races to get you going.